The music on this album is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Australia licence. As such the listener is free to: o Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work o Remix — to adapt the work When doing so you must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). You may not use this work for commercial purposes. If you alter, transform, or build... Topics: bitkins, noise, drone, ambient, abstract, avant garde, electronic
Brother Jessip is comprised of two em411ers (i.e. em411.com) who have a love for gated snare and gnarly leads. Their debut album of "A Whale Made Baby" has a rough quality to it that embraces long recording takes coupled with social lubrication. Each track has a nonchalant playfulness about it. The entire album was recorded within a few days and was mastered by the great Utofbu. Topics: Brother, Jessip, em411, electronic, Music, Drunk, IDM, ?
"It's sad that electronic music gets cut into subdivisions, stacked up in silos, and confined to genre ghettos with the names hyphenated together to fit whatever the new style is that just came out this week. In his new release, Tom Phonic ignores all of this to make an eclectic and creative record that opens the party doors wide. The album, "Don't Be a Delimiter" plays with styles but it sounds more like pointillism than collage. All the micro-parts come together to make a... Topics: IDM, electronic, music, bitkins, tom phonic, rock, awesome
Happy Drone Day is, really, the first official Ruin LP. I say this, although I have released other long play format albums before, because what has been released before have mostly been compilations, or edited into long playing format after the fact. Happy Drone Day is, not so much a spotlight, but a magnifying glass on the Ruin perspective of the drone genre. Barely any of the tracks on the album are strictly drone; but that doesn't matter. What matters is the idea and aesthetic of drone;... Topics: ruin, bitkins, electronic music, netlabel, drone, industrial, ambient, noise, computers, vintage,...
This album was inspired mostly by jungle from middle to late 90's. It's filled with tons of break edits on every track, so if you're looking for a steady comfortable 2-step beat, you've come to the wrong place! Most of the tracks are pure atmo choppage, the exception being Smashing Pyramids. The tempo ranges from about 155bpm to around 170bpm. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: speak, your choice, dnb, jungle, 2-step, drum, bass, electronic, synthesizers, synth